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Company builds on family legacy

For any company, reaching 100 years in business is a milestone.

Single-family homes will rise at Yard

The first single-family home development at Grandview Yard has been given the go-ahead by the city.

Edison/Larson principal job coveted by dozens

At least 66 people want to be the next Bob Baeslack.

Fun Fair offers release for 'stir-crazy' families

The annual winter event presented by the Grandview K-3 and 4-8 PTOs is about fun, not funds.
Police beat

Grandview: Apparent scams target business, resident

An employee of a business in the 900 block of West Goodale Boulevard reported Feb. 19 a man called the store and identified himself as an employee of another business. The man attempted to purchase more than $20,000 of product over two days, according to Grandview police reports.

Moment in time

On a rainy March afternoon in 1965, seven students started a week-long visit to Cold Springs Harbor High School on Long Island, N.Y.

Open Door Art Studio lets disabled artists shine

Tacocat Cooperative hopes its collaboration with the Open Door Art Studio will be sweet for art lovers and the artists themselves.

College notes

Grandview Heights residents Deidre Hooley, Anna Jackson and Zoey Wilson were named to the fall 2014 semester dean's list at Wittenberg University.

Coming up

St. Margaret of Cortona Church, 17th annual fish fry dinner for Lent, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays, through March 27 at 1600 N. Hague Ave. Dinners include fried ocean perch or baked cod with sides of fries, baked potato, baked steak fries, cole slaw, applesauce, rolls and homemade desserts. Cost is $9.50 for adults with reduced rates for senior citizens and children ages 10 and younger and no fee for those under 3. Free coffee is provided; pop and beer are available for a fee. Seconds also are free. Carryouts are available at the door. For information call the parish office at 614-279-1690.

Library notes

The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.
Grandview Heights Marble Cliff Education Foundation gala

Guests scoff at snow, empty pockets

Last weekend's winter storm dumped a half-foot of snow on central Ohio, but it couldn't keep Grandview City School District's supporters away from the year's biggest fundraiser.

High school out of calamity days

While many central Ohio school districts were on a two-hour delay Tuesday, Feb. 24, and some -- including Columbus, South-Western and Reynoldsburg -- were closed, the Grandview Heights City School District soldiered on through record-breaking cold temperatures.

Sung-through 'Joseph' challenges student actors

Grandview Heights High School's spring musical will be tuneful -- in the most literal sense.
Superintendent speaks

Event celebrates music's importance to education

If you've picked up a newspaper lately or scrolled through your Facebook or Twitter feeds, you know there's been a lot of talk recently about the new statewide testing system.

Church's handmade shawls give warmth to all involved

No matter the season, Boulevard Presbyterian Church's Prayer Shawl Ministry provides warmth and comfort to community members going through transitions, whether positive or negative.

Anything goes at annual Brain Blast

Grandview students had some fun last Thursday, Feb. 12, in the commons at Edison Intermediate/Larson Middle School.

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